FAMILY THEATRE – OUR TEACHER’S A TROLL by Dennis Kelly

Theatre |
1st October 2015 – 4th October 2015

Thu 1 Oct 10:30 & 1:30pm | Fri 2 Oct 1:30pm | Sat 3 Oct 14:00 |Tickets: £10/£9

Performed in a a unique pop-up theatre dome, The Old Bowling Green, opposite Abbot Hall

A Paines Plough (“National Theatre” of new writing) and Pentabus Theatre Company production

Terrible twins with a talent for turmoil rule their school with terror and tyranny –  until the arrival of a new head teacher with green scaly skin, sharp gnarly fangs, and a long spiky tail…

Can the twins save the school from the child-eating Troll? Can they get Brussels sprouts in peanut butter taken off the menu? And most importantly, can naughtiness prevail?

Be outrageously entertained in this colourfully comic show from the writer of award-winning West End hit MATILDA THE MUSICAL. For ages 7+ and their accompanying trolls (or parents).

“Comic perfection.”  ★★★★ The Times 

Venue: Roundabout Pop Up Dome Theatre.


Age guidance: 7+

“A beautifully designed masterpiece in engineering… a significant breakthrough in theatre technology.” The Stage

ROUNDABOUT OFFER 1 = 3 SHOWS FOR THE PRICE OF 2

Buy a ticket for each of the £10 shows included in Roundabout and get the third show for free.
The discount will be applied at checkout.
This does not apply to concession tickets or Every Brilliant Thing

OR

FAMILY PACKAGE: FOR OUR TEACHER'S A TROLL

Buy 2 standard tickets and 2 under 16yrs tickets for £30 (save £8) (or 1 adult and 3 Children)
The discount will be applied at checkout.
This offer only applies to Roundabout – Our Teacher's a Troll

Roundabout is supported by Kendal Bid & Lakeland Arts Trust.

 

DATES & TIMES

1st October 2015 – 4th October 2015

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